Harry Verge


Harry Verge is a senior technology specialist for a large telecommunications company in Calgary. His role focuses on Active Directory (AD) Group Policy, scripting for large numbers of computers, and Tier 4 Desktop troubleshooting. When not playing with computers, he's a travel nut and photography fanatic.

An Effortless Way to Confirm the Presence or Absence of Computer Objects
Manually checking for the presence or absence of a particular computer object across all the DCs in an organization can be like playing “Where’s Waldo?” If you don’t want to play that game, try the Find Computer Object tool. This HTML Application (HTA) does the work for you.
A Fast Way to Find EFS Folders and Files
It's extremely important to know about all the EFS folders and files on a computer before you perform an operation that could potentially leave the encrypted data inaccessible. Here's a VBScript tool that makes finding encrypted folders and files easy.
Build Your Own Webcam Picture Collector
Here's a VBScript script that gathers webcam shots at specified intervals and saves them to the local machine. Once collected, you can turn them into an animated video.
How to Trigger a One-Time Group Policy Registry Refresh 4
In Group Policy, the registry client-side extension automatically refreshes the local computers' registries when changes are made to Group Policy Objects (GPOs) that have applied registry settings. However, there are situations in which local computers' registries might need to be refreshed manually. Here's a simple way to accomplish that.
John Savill Windows 10 Training

Developing and Implementing a Windows 10 Business Strategy​
Live Online Training on Tuesday, October 25th 
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Many organizations today are exploring adoption of Windows 10. Often touted as the last version of Windows, it is now a constantly evolving Windows as a Service solution. In this one-day training, you'll find out what this new model for Windows really means to your organization and what the benefits are once you've made the move to Windows 10.


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